Mother's Ruin

18 Spring Street

Wildly popular spot with the young and the restless. The kind that loves to pack themselves in to sardine cans to compete to have the loudest conversation or who best can safely convey the bespoke and inventive cocktails from bar to companion through... more

Wildly popular spot with the young and the restless. The kind that loves to pack themselves in to sardine cans to compete to have the loudest conversation or who best can safely convey the bespoke and inventive cocktails from bar to companion through the jostling crowds. A bit of a scene, but if that's your thing, then by all means this is the spot for you. Or if your bent is more anthropological it is wonderful place to observe the young and ambitious and their tawdry mating habits. Be sure to stay until closing, for then, you may get lucky, and have a chance to interview some as the crowd thins and mood loosens. .


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18 Spring Street
New York, NY 10012
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Admission And Hours

Mon-Fri: 5:00pm-4:00am
Sat-Sun: 12:00pm-4:00am

Nearby Subway

  • top Spring
  • to Bowery
  • to Prince Street
  • to Broadway-Lafayette

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